What are Aftermarket Parts & Why Use Them?
What is MyPartsChoice.com?
My Parts Choice was launched by the Auto Body Parts Association (ABPA) as a consumer information portal to ensure consumer parts choice and right to repair options are not terminated or compromised by car companies.
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Does it matter what parts you put on your car? Absolutely! But maybe not in the ways you think. The differences between alternative parts and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts may surprise you while choosing alternative parts could save you time and money.
Source: Mike Schuler, gCaptain Container shipping’s pandemic-fueled boom cycle has undoubtedly taken a turn in recent months, but lingering congestion is likely to prevent a
Source: Christian Hinton, Tire Review The need for federal right to repair protections in the auto industry was top of mind for key legislators and
Are you covered?
You might be surprised, but having a choice in vehicle replacement parts and auto insurance go hand in hand. Whether it’s picking the right parts after a collision or the influence parts have on your premiums, the power of choice has an impact on your wallet.
Source: Brendan Baker, Vehicle Service Pros The cost to repair crashed cars escalated to $340 billion in 2019, according to a new NHTSA study, “The
Insurify, America’s top-rated virtual insurance agent, has released their 2022 Auto Insurance Trends Report: 2022 in review and what’s ahead for 2023, the final installment
It’s your vehicle, you should be able to care for it however you choose, right? Automobile manufacturers are working hard to make the answer to that question “no”. Learn what car companies are doing to try and limit your options, and what you can do to protect your right to choose.
Source: VehicleServicePros.com Backed by Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, the bill would require automakers to share the data, tools, and instructions needed to repair their vehicles.
Source: CAR Coalition The REPAIR Act has added two new co-sponsors — Rep. Eric A. “Rick” Crawford (R-AR) and Rep. Darren Soto (D-FL). This brings